A twenty-something teacher in Colorado; Theatre Arts; Social Studies; Grades 7-12; Hired for first year of teaching to begin in August.
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These forms in my employment package. Some of them hurt my brain.
In regard to your last post, that drive will be a bummer when it comes to gas prices. However, it's a good way to get charged on the way to work and wind down on the way home! :-) Peace and knowledge, my fellow first-year teacher!!
When I was student teaching, I had to drive 30 minutes each way. I used that time to mentally go over my lessons, plan what I needed to get done during my planning period, and so forth. So I suppose I am grateful to still have time to prepare for school.
The really big downside (and it worries me) is that the stretch of highway I have to drive on usually closes when it snows. So hopefully a place will pop up before it starts to snow this year.
Thanks for the kind words!! :-)
…is a lot like trying to find a unicorn.
As in: they only exist in fantasy.
Looks like I’ll have a one hour drive to school and another hour from school in August.
Spent a week visiting family in humid Cleveland, OH. So glad to be back in dry Colorado. Now, I sleep.
In response to itssnix’s post. I was INTJ when I was just starting my school’s teacher ed. program. I guess working with students has turned me into more of a feeler? Or it’s all those theatre classes.
Anytime a school district says they’ll do (insert action here) by/on (insert date here), add seven days to that date. At least.
Must add “Call school district about paper work” to my to do before I leave for vacation** list.
**I’m going to Ohio in a week to visit my dad. Hooray for vacations (even if I take this trip every summer).